Huge Music Technology School Announced

SAE Institute to invest millions in UK education and move global HQ to new Oxford campus      30/01/08

Huge Music Technology School Announced

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SAE Institute tell us that they are already the established world leader in providing degree-standard audio, film and multimedia education, and this year they’re set to open the world’s biggest technology school alongside the very best seats of learning in the UK. Not only will the Oxford campus be the largest SAE Institute to date – more than 14,200 square meters – it’s also set to become the global headquarters of the SAE operation, the flagship school amongst the 50 existing SAE Institutes that already exist on five continents.
Based in Littlemore, Oxford, the new campus will offer state of the art facilities with a number of fully residential places available for the anticipated influx of overseas students.
SAE founder Tom Misner, who has recently relocated to the UK in order to oversee the development of the new HQ, is extremely pleased with the new acquisition. “For over 30 years now SAE Institute has consistently raised the standard, and this shows that we have no intention of resting on our laurels when it comes to delivering excellence to our students, no matter what field of study they pursue. And with the Oxford campus we’re moving the very heart of SAE to what many consider to be the homeland of global academic excellence.�
More about SAE Institute Oxford
SAE is spending £12million updating the old Littlemore hospital for the new campus (a further £8million will be spent on the company’s London college later this year). It will have bespoke teaching facilities, individual workstation areas for students, recording studios equipped with the latest technology (including one capable of recording an entire 88-piece orchestra), comfortable student accommodation and an extensive library packed with books, films and other creative new media.
About SAE
SAE Institute was founded in 1976 as the world’s first audio school. It has since grown to become a network of around 50 colleges in 20 countries offering courses in Audio Engineering, Digital Film, Web Design and Interactive Entertainment. With 32 years of teaching experience, SAE teaches students the skills necessary for successful integration into the audio and media industries. The concept of SAE is practical hands-on training, combined with solid theory knowledge. SAE offers courses in Audio Engineering, Electronic Music Production, Web Design + Development, Interactive Entertainment and Digital Film making. Students have the option to progress to Degree programmes, validated by Middlesex University, at SAE’s dedicated Degree Centres around the world. SAE is the first step into a career in the future-orientated fields of audio technology and media production. SAE was recently awarded Skillset Media Academy status by the Government and is one of only 17 such academies in the country to gain this recognition.
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